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Hubble clicks photo that shows future of Milky Way Galaxy

Hubble clicks photo that shows future of Milky Way Galaxy

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James Webb Space Space Telescope may be humanity's future 'eye in the sky' but good ol' Hubble telescope still has a place in our hearts.

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Hubble has faithfuly relayed images of distant stars and galaxies to Earth for three decades.

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The space telescope does not cease to make us awestruck, amused and appreciate the endless beauty of the cosmos.

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Latest image clicked by Hubble is such. While it may not be as exciting as a colliding galaxy, exploding star but this image tells us about our future.

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The photo shows an elliptical galaxy called NGC 474. It is 100 million light-years away from Earth

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It is about two and a half times larger than Milky Way Galaxy. The galaxy may not have a beautiful spiral structure like our own galaxy. It just looks like a wisp or smokey haze.

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